Top Results for Swiss PGA Playing Pros

09.07.2018

Excellent Challenge Tour Result for Joel Girrbach

Top 10 at the Prague Golf Challenge

"I'm very happy about this second place and my reaction to the two missed cuts," commented Joel Girrbach on the big success in the Czech Republic. The 65 (-7) was the basis for second place. "In the second round, I had to fight a bit more and save many Par's," said Girrbach to the 70-card.

The weekend brought him another eight (!) birdies, each a double bogey on the front and back nines prevented an even better result than the 69 card. Nevertheless, he remained in the title race until the end. The five under par on Sunday was his second best result of the tournament. In the end he had to be defeated at -17 only one stroke by the Englishman Ben Stow.

"The bogey on the 18 of course hurts a lot. I gave everything and then it's hard to stop, "says Girrbach right after the tournament. Despite the missed play-off he was very satisfied with his "wedge game and putting".

"This second rank will certainly strengthen my self-confidence for the next tournaments."

First Top10 Result in 2018 for André Bossert

André Bossert

Top 10 at the Swiss Seniors Open

At the Swiss Seniors Open 2018 in Bad Ragaz, André Bossert finished T8. "Tee to Green", "Bossy" showed a solid performance, but quarreled the whole week with his putting. He managed to come through the three days of the tournament "bogey free", his only loss came from a double bogey on hole 14 on Friday.

On Saturday and Sunday "Bossy" played three under par, but his record is still pervasive: "Today I putted much better than in the days before, and exceptionally, a few more putts have fallen. Today I can accept my result. Ultimately, he finished T8 - his first top-10 result on the Staysure Tour 2018.

Caroline Rominger with Top 10 result in Spain

Caroline Rominger

Top 10 at the Let Access in Spain

Swede Johanna Gustavsson clinched her second title on the LET Access Series with an impressive score of -16 or six shots ahead of the rest of the competition. Caroline Rominger started the tournament with a strong 67 or 3 under par. With daily results of 69 and 70 strokes, she finished the tournament at T9.

"Although it was the sixth tournament in a row, I felt fit and healthy. It was great to never have played over par and it's my third top 10 Lugo/Spain, "Rominger comments on the" great week ".

With only more stroke, Melanie Mätzler finnished with a strong T12 rank. "In recent weeks, I have often fought with putting. In Spain it was finally on," she said about their best ever season result so far.

Most recently, neo-pro Kim Métraux was the best Swiss with two fourth places in Lavaux and Belgium. In Spain, she took a solid 20th place. Métraux succeeded in the second round including an eagle. The only double bogey in the final round threw her back.

As the fourth Swiss, Valeria Martinoli also qualified for the cut. She played five birdies in each round, a better placement missed the Ticino with the 74 on the second day. The overall score of +2 puts her in T28 place.

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